455 articles contributed to the 2021 HUTECH Student Research Conference

On July 3, the Student Research Conference was organized by Ho Chi Minh University of Technology (HUTECH) via an online format with 455 research papers from more than 1,300 students of different Faculties/ Institutes within the university.


Dr. Kieu Tuan - Secretary of the Party Committee, Chairman of the University’s Board of Directors; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bui Xuan Lam, Vice President; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hoang Anh Tuan - Vice President; Dr. Bui Van The Vinh - Vice President; along with heads of several faculties/departments, lecturers and more than 200 students


At the conference, Dr. Kieu Tuan praised the enthusiastic spirit of HUTECH students in the scientific research movement, especially in the difficult circumstance caused by the pandemic that had significantly affected their study and research plans.


HUTECH Student Research Conference receives 455 research papers from more than 1,300 students



Students present their research at 15 sub-committees corresponding to the respective field of each Faculty/Institute

After the opening session, students took their turn to report on their research topics at the Scientific Council in each sub-committee. 15 sub-committees corresponded to the academic disciplines of 15 Faculties/Institutes, namely: Faculty of Information Technology, HUTECH Institute of Engineering, HUTECH Institute of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Architecture and Arts, Vietnam-Japan Institute of Technology, Vietnam-Korea Institute of Technology, Faculty of Finance-Commerce, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Faculty of Business Administration, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of English, and Faculty of Japanese Studies.

Many valuable and practical research topics are presented at the Conference


The success of the 2021 Student Research Conference is not only an affirmation of the ability and serious research mentality of HUTECH students but also a driving force for them to further improve themselves in the future.

By Office External and Public Relations